An eighteen month free coach parking trial in Glastonbury and Wells has been given the green light to continue.
Visit Somerset & Visit Exmoor championing new environmentally sound supply chain strategy through its 'Buy Somerset' initiative, as major journalists come into the region to learn more about our famous Somerset produce.
Tourism chiefs from across the region have met aboard Bristol’s SS Great Britain [Thursday 12 September] as they attended a Great Western Railway partner seminar promoting UK travel.
Visit Somerset has been able for the first time to confidently market the county to foreign tour operators with its new tour operator brochure.
Visit Somerset and Weston College are delighted to announce the date of this years open evening for Visit Somerset members to come along and find out how they can have a free website created for them along with ongoing maintenance and no cost.
Tuesday 17th will see Visit Somerset coordinating the first Coastal Summit strategy meeting, in an effort to coordinate a more prosperous future for our coastal communities.
Supported by the Hinkley Tourism Action Partnership, the meeting the brain child of Visit Somerset, Visit Weston, Weston Town Council and the Minehead BID will finally see, coordination and development of a joint marketing strategy
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In a significant step towards reducing its carbon footprint, Bristol Airport has switched to a 100 per cent renewable electricity supply.
Visit Somerset's CEO has met with the Director of Holiday Courses and Events at Millfield School, to look at opportunities for next years Millfield English Language Holiday Courses in July & August 2020.
One of England’s celebrated landscape spectacles is suffering due to climate change as the impact of last year’s hot weather and increased pest activity has turned acres of heather from glorious purple to a muddy brown.